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: cindy, thank you for your comment. bob is next from massachusetts. independent line. my comment is pretty much the same as the last woman's. i think the president is making the biggest mistake that we will ever hear. he can't give these people a right to keep all that stuff. they will nuke israel. there is no doubt. he will nuke israel and i bet you it will happen inside of six months. i'm sorry. have a nice day. host: mike is joining us from washington state. caller: good morning, mike. i am an iraq veteran. those to say this, countries don't care about us and they don't care about israel. ist is their whole mission to destroy israel. when people are saying that they should not be -- that they should be allowed to enrich nuclear program, what we should not be -- we should not be dealing with terrorists at all. as with what these people do. israel has been having dumped on for centuries. i am an irish italian catholic and i support israel. i don't have the same religious views, but i completely support israel. we need to stand by israel. there are christian sites in israel that
responsibility of health insurance. let's move forward as the state of massachusetts, as the presiding officer has already done, some 98%, i understand, have health insurance protection in the commonwealth of massachusetts thanks to the leadership of governor mitt romney and the cooperation of both political parties. massachusetts has shown us the way. let's follow that now. let's not turn our back on it. and the last point i'll make on this issue is i keep hearing from the republican side they have a better idea. what is it? i'd like to see the proposal from the republican side that they would put up against the affordable care act. you'll never see it because they basically believe let the market work its will. the market working its will has resulted in 40 million to 50 million uninsured americans. the number is growing, and it shouldn't. it won't under the affordable care act. now, mr. president, i'd like to address the business pending before the united states senate, the employment nondiscrimination act, and ask consent that it be shown in a separate part of the record from my earlier st
for massachusetts. here's mitt romney's response. quote. nothing has changed my view that a plan crafted to fit the unique circumstances of a single state should not be grafted on to the entire country. health reform is best crafted by state with bipartisan support and input from its employers as we did without raising taxes and by carefully phasing it in to avoid the type of disruption we are seeing nationally, unquote. romney, by the way, was not invited to attend the president's annual hall speech. defending obama care. >> question, who aside from mitt romney sees the current chaos as disruptive? >> i think romney was right on the mark there. when you have a bipartisan, when the governor is helping you out to implement the program and the government is part of the program, it works. the state that is receptive to government in healthcare. when you go to mississippi, of course, they will do everything to throw monkey wrenches into the process who don't want to implement it. this is his statement. goes directly with obama is saying. wanting the thing to work and not wanting to work. >> ther
of banks for the commonwealth of massachusetts. it is my pleasure to testify before you today on be-half behalf of the conference of ou state supervisor.hold i thank you forin holding this n hearing today to address the risks and benefits of virtual currency. theri risks of virtual currency include consumer protection, payment systems, national ity, m security, money laundering, and other illicit activities. the potential benefits are also differ.fits are speed and efficiency, lower transaction costs, and providin an outlet for the unbanked and underbanked. with these evolving payment technologies states are exploring the connection between existing money transmitter regulation and virtual currencies. state regulators have long supervised money transmitters to protect consumers and preserve national security and lawnete enforcement interests. state regulators are talking with industry and other regulators about evolving methods of moving funds. this includes virtual currencies, prepaid cards, vir mobile services, andtu peer to pier transactions. state regulators believe that ae ope
.cotney mr. cotney is an active contributor to consumer protection efforts both in massachusetts and nationally. in 2013 he was elected as vice chairman of the board of directors of the conference of state bank supervisors whose behalf he testifies here today. mrs., mr. cotney. miss shasky-cavalry, if you could start. >> chairman warner and merkley, rafrking members kirk and heller and members of the subcommittee. i'm jennifer s hachlt sky calvery, the director of the financial crimes enforcement network. i'm pleased to be here to i'm he discuss the work we're doing at finsen to prevent illicit actors from exploiting the u.s. financial system as technological advances such as g virtual currency create new ways to move money. recognizing the potential for abuse of emerging new payment a methods anymd understanding tha anti-money laundering l protections must keep pace with these advancements, finsen begag working with our partners several years ago to study the issue. here's what we learned.le illicit actors might decide to use virtual currency for many of the same reasons as le
different ways from different parts of the british isles so you had puritan massachusetts, anglican virginia, maryland founded by catholic family, quaker pennsylvania, dutch reform new york. the framers of the constitution understood this when they decreed there would be no religious test for federal office and the authors of the bill of rights understood when they said congress shall make no law regarding an establishment of religion which meant there would be no national religion but it also meant among other things that states could maintain their established churches, the commonwealth of massachusetts maintained an established church until 1843. americans have learned from early times not only to polk but even prosper as a nation with cultural diversity but that diversity has also led to severe strains and in one case to a seemingly irrepressible conflict. the first was the mass movement of the scotch irish from northern ireland and lowland scotland in a dozen years before the american revolution. they started coming over in some numbers in 1713 but there was a real rush, a real surge af
president of jobs for the future in boston, massachusetts. kazis leaves the policy and advocacy efforts in jobs for the future -- an organization dedicated to improving education opportunities for low income americans. jfm has helped fostered better school to career transitions. his dedication to expanding a realnities is making difference for students in massachusetts and across the country. cases.elcome to mr. thank you for taking the time to share your expertise. much, senatorery warren. i now invite senator mikulski for an introduction. >> it is with leisure i kirwan.e dr. he has a distinguished career in higher education. he is a faculty member in the classroom trying to educate students. he was a faculty member for over 20 years. he served as the president of college park, the flagship at the university of maryland system. for the last 11 years, he has been chancellor of the university system. he is essentially -- don't tell governor o'malley this, he is the governor of the university system. during his time, he has faced big challenges that higher education faces. tuitions, the d
that brought the fbi to a small town. >>> but first, chilling new details in the murder of a massachusetts teacher next. vo: it's that time of year again. medicare open enrollment. time to compare plans and costs. you don't have to make changes. but it never hurts to see if you can find better coverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. open enrollment ends december 7th. so now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare >>> there was a note found next to the body. philip chism has been arrested for murder, rape, armed robbery. he will be arraigned december 4th. >>> an eighth student at princeton university is being treated for meningitis. investigators are test to go see if she has the same rare bacterial strain found in seven other cases at the school. princeton officials plan to provide students with a vaccine. it has been approved in europe, not the u.s. >>> people signing up for obama care will have more time to do so. obama administration is extending deadline by one week, giving americans until december 23rd to si
on "meet the press." he talked about how the federal law differs from the one he enacted in massachusetts when he was governor and the potential impact he thinks the problems could have on the rest of president obama's term. state should be able through the laboratory of democracy model to put in place the plan that works best for them and if they adopt the massachusetts plan, terrific. if they adopt a different plan, that's fine. recognize that massachusetts teaches some important lessons some states are not going to follow. one lesson is health insurance is more expensive in massachusetts than anywhere else in the country. montana is notng necessarily going to want to adopt. you will see as a result of obamacare premiums going up dramatically across the country and going back to the key thing the president is trying to get away from is he told people they could keep their insurance and that was not the truth. whether you like the model of obamacare or not, the fact the president sold on a basis that was not true has undermined the second term. i think it is rotting it away and the only
, massachusetts. theoretically, it is a great idea that people should talk politics all the time. the problem is that the nation is divided. they cannot have civil discourse. some programs on c- span, national security issues, people discussing this pointed out that our politicians are unable to discuss certain issues, so how to use -- how do you expect civilians to do so? host: have you have holidays ruined because of political discussions? caller: they can just add to the fuel. roy, from is massachusetts. page, on our facebook most of them saying no. 63 are saying thanksgiving is not time to talk politics. one of the ways you can talk to us about if thanksgiving is a time to talk about politics and how that goes for you, @cspanwj is our twitter address, facebook.com/cspan is our facebook page and journal@c- span.org is our e-mail. taylor, elkton, maryland, democrats line. taylor? caller: good morning. i think it is a great time. one of the things i am most thankful for is growing up with a republican mother and a democrat father. every meal is a political -- meal with is a discussions about
of cultural and ethnic equality broad different parts of the british isles. so you have spirited massachusetts coming anglican and virginia virginia, maryland founded by a catholic family in quaker pa., a dutch reformed york. the framers of the constitution understood this when they decreed no test for federal office and the bill of rights understood when they said congress shall make no law to establish a religion that meant no national religion but it also meant thate states could maintain their established church as the commonwealth of massachusetts and as it remained until 18303. americans have learned toe not only toa cope but prosperulu as a nation of cultural diversity but that has led to severe strains ended one case the irrepressible conflict. the first is the mass movement of lee scott irish before the american revolution they started to come over and some members in 1730 but there is a real surge after the seven years' war from the war of 1763 like earlier colonial settlers they did not come because of a mixture of religious or political reasons and so were coercion like white inden
the northeast, we've been seeing snow in places like massachusetts, as well as in new york state, in d.c., as well. that's going to start to improve from thursday. we've got high pressure across much of canada and the u.s. today, making for some freeze warnings down in the deep south. your early hours of the morning, wednesday morning, very cold. from thursday, we should start to see things improving. some southerly winds managing to come up and temperatures will improve there. as for the northwest, well, you've got a small system coming in here bringing some showers for the coast and also up in the mountains. some snow showers. it's nothing very intense, but at the weekend there will be a more intense system moving in. down towards the southeast of mexico, heavy rain. most of it falling over the water, but coastal areas will be quite unsettled. wednesday, 5 degrees in toronto, as well as new york city. 8 degrees in d.c., chicago, 3 degrees, 9 in oklahoma city. these temperatures are set to improve from thursday and then into the rest of the work week. on into europe. and things are st
chair nominee janet yellen stressed the need to keep interest rates low. in a letter to massachusetts senator elizabeth warren. yellen wrote that unemployment reaching 6 and a half percent was not a trigger and that "monetary policy is likely to remain highly accommodative long after one of the economic thresholds... has been crossed." "the biggest challenge we have is credibility, that we will do whatever it takes to get the economy back and get inflation up to 2%." speaking before a conference of bankers, charles evans, president of the chicago fed offered a total amount for the fed's asset purchase program but no time-table for tapering. "we're probably going to end up purchasing at least 1.5 trillion dollars until we finally end this, and it maybe more. " despite improvements in europe, global economic growth is expected to lag this year and next. to the organization for economic cooperation and development-- forecasts growth of just 2.7% this year and 3.6% next year.the group describes the global economy as "stuck in first gear". mexico is experiencing something of a renaissanc
in massachusetts where whittier was from. i had whittier rammed down my throat and didn't like him much. when the library of america called me to do the book on whittier, i thought, all right. i reread him and he was marvelous. i was too young for him. besides being a good poet. he was a wonderful man in many ways and was a long time abolitionist. he was more than antislavery. he wanted slavery enended. he didn't the president in a gradual way. i was interested in literary figures whom we know as literary fill your and their history. >> we come to history from a similar literary place. my graduate degree is in american literature, and i live on man tuck et largely because i like mobby dick. [laughter] and he does. >> i wrote a little book about that. and -- >> i'm a fan. and -- like wise. continuing and i was actually named for nathaniel haw thorn. wasn't it said that his biography of franklin piers was the greatest work of fiction he had ever written. >> yeah, it was said that. and he dedicated. when he dedicated a book to franklin piers. raffle -- ralph waldo emmerson took it out. he wrote
as well. welcome. >> mr. david cotton, commissioner of banks for the commonwealth of massachusetts. he has served in that position since november 2010 seeing supervision of 2,000 banks and credit unions with assets in excess of $325 billion. mr. cotney is an active contributor to consumer protection efforts both in massachusetts and nationally. in 2013 he was elected as vice chairman of the board of directors of the conference of state bank supervisors on whose behalf he testifies here today. welcome mr. cotney. miss shasky, cavelry. >> i'm director of treasury p crime enforcement or fincen. i'm here to discuss the work doing at fincen for illicit actors to exploit u.s. financial system as technological advances such as u.s. currency create new ways to move money. recognizing the potential for abuse ofer merging new payment methods and understanding that the antimony laundering protections must keep pace with these advancements fincen began working with our partners several years ago to study the issue. here is what we learned. illicit actors might decide to use virtual currency for many o
massachusetts our committee who are obviously devoted to helping the commission. i know that mr. kislingbury has been in contact are our president joe in helping to counterfeit the cam so again, i want to extend myself there. the other organization i represent it the horseman's association. and again, i'd like to offer our assistance in things in san francisco to help out especially berry kit field for example, that is in disrepair and the area is closed to horse riders and so forth the gates locked it makes it difficult for people to bring in their rigs and a horses and try to do an event and i would as the president of the organization offer our services to the recreation and park department to help to improve the facilities through our organization and perhaps developing a friends organization and getting other atrocities to assist in this venue i think it's important that san francisco don't lose out on the ability to come out to golden gate park and learn about horses. so thank you very much >> thank you. next speaker, please embed and speak. i know but - go ahead and go ahead and speak i
by the puritan in the desert the massachusetts bay colony just twenty years of the pilgrims landed at that. and mm. thus chose to read it chose to do this each of the champions league are the latest on what they want. let's think a cup of cheese. they won't listen to and that is due to regional stability. with a convincing three one. every meal. those were the corsair would help to frustrate the will to fight off to get you started to work out. that's the coveted gold but stephen was lovely to read. please also. rebates for eric's held on the job loss and it's what gets the boundary of the tasman sea sprite. it was clear of celtic and unstable off the pace up a bit disappointed we lost a standing start. but just didn't know it it will be looking to put that place in the last sixteen at the champions league with a take on one of the concert on wednesday. david morse is medicated to them to the top of group a with two victories in two tours were once again be without stopping by and say that i did it. consumers who continues to be sidelined with a cord injury. it is still covered from concus
. >> an experimental currency in massachusetts is growing in popularity and now it could be going desenting views and always explore issues relevant to you. and to contact the centers and >> welcome to al jazeera america and i'm john siegenthaler here are the top stories. >> i want to emphasize that there is not an agreement at the present time, but the p five is working hard. >> secretary of state john kerry is in geneva with world leaders bjorkinworking on a nuclear pro. >> reuters is reporting 100 people are dead as a result of the super typhoon haiyan. it's being called one of the strongest storms ever recorded. it appears to be headed toward vietnam now. >>> and a big economic number that caugh caught imof many man. >> anaan as real money's ali vei points out the employment figure is mixed. >> more jobs were created in october. >> but more americans dropped out of the work force. the so-called labor force participation rate. >> the number of people working age that are working or looking for work dropped to 6 62.8%. i asked labor secretary tomorrow athomas perez why america continues to see
from -- timeframe. we know from last week when the president visited massachusetts, the closest existing program like this, a very similar program launched in massachusetts, you have a dynamic where enrollment was very slow initially. only 123 people in the first month in massachusetts. and then built up steadily over the course of time. 0.3%123 represented .20 -- of what would be the overall enrollment at the end of the day. >> what has called you to challenge that? >> the president has called on the house to take up the legislation and pass it. we are not laying down a challenge. we are obviously disappointed when any lawmaker announces that he or she does not support extraordinarily fair basic americans,for lgbt protection that other americans enjoy, and that they should enjoy. we will work with congress. we look forward to passage in the senate. we are heartened by the developments in the senate that brought us this far. believe the momentum behind equal rights is such that we will prevail as a country on this issue. >> very quickly, the book that -- oming out, double down p
. and they would see more if west virginia changed its name to -- or if massachusetts had stamped land of candidate on its license plate. george orwell once wrote that it was impossible to prove definitively that shakespeare had been a great author. and said there is no test of literary merit except survival, which is in itself an index of majority opinion. i that stand alone can be have been a great president. author james macgregor burns the road the only authorized biography of jfk before the election said, although it was an admiring biography, burns criticized him for lacking moral passion, too much to his intellect, jewish to start. in short, being more harbored an -- harvard than irish. face explain -- lacking passion had excited such passionate grief, burns wrote, was it that he was handsome? his wife and kids? a statesman who have cute kids? he concluded it had to be something that transcended all this. i think the transcendent reason was that kennedy was being mourned for his promise as much as for his accomplishments. and that those accomplishments and the promise had become more evident
was governor romney from massachusetts, governor palenti from minnesota and -- they were serious candidates. when he didn't catch fire in iowa, pawlenty dropped out. the other eight didn't drop out because they were selling books. this time around, look who is around the table. chris christie for sure. significant reforms in that state, $130 billion in reduced unfunded liabilities sta
into the medical model or the massachusetts model. we saw an onslaught of enrollment. some of that is in human nature. we should anticipate growth until the final end of the sign- up cycle. enrollment is ahead of that of massachusetts. host: why is guest: in oh, a number of people are -- you know, a number of people are calling for different sites. it if you can get people into intermediate steps where they can review all levels of the plan, from the gold and platinum plans, still not substantial to the outcome of the world that existed before the affordable care act. people are saying we went to amazon and bought books and did this. it is not the same. how many people, it is a difficult journey. constituents reached out to a navigator, and they consider themselves to be fairly about and well-informed insurance coverage but they still needed a navigator to help them through the different plans and what they would mean to their own pocketbook. it is happening. it is evolving. want to get past the kinks in the system, we will get to a much needed reform that is long overdue. host: when do you th
shaw-- who's the captain right here on the horse-- and the 54th massachusetts volunteer regiment during the civil war. anybody know what this might be made of? what's it look like? girl: it looks like copper. looks like copper? because it's shiny, or gold, yes. boy: looks more bronze to me. looks more like bronze. boy: plaster? plaster. very good. this particular piece is in plaster, and it was covered in many layers of paint, some layers of bronze leaf, some layers of gold leaf, and all kinds of waxes and synthetic coatings. but the unfortunate thing is that it was exhibited almost outside-- it had a 3-sided shelter around it in new hampshire at the artist's homestead. now, what do you think happens to plaster when it's outside? girl: it ages? it ages. it gets worn down. what would happen? why would that happen? what goes on outside? and this was in new hampshire. sturman: wind and rain, snow...sun... you could even get some animals climbing up on it. well, after almost 40 years outside in that condition, the piece was begiing to look very, very sad, and the national park service was l
. welcome. mr. david -- correct? commissioner of banks for the terminal of massachusetts, serving in that position since november of 2010 overseeing the supervision of over 200 banks and credit unions with assets in access of 325 billion. he's the active contributor to consumer protection efforts both in massachusetts and nationally. in 20 # 13, he was elect as vice chairman of the board of directers of the conference of state bank supervisors on whose behalf he testifies here today. welcome. >> chairman warner, ranking members kirk and heller, and members of the subcommittee, i'm jennifer, the director of treasuries financial crimes enforcement network. i'm pleased to be here today to discuss the important regulatory enforcement and analytical work we're doing to prevent illicit actors from exploiting the u.s. financial system from technological advances create new ways to move money. recognizing the potential for abuse of emerging new payment methods and understanding that anti-money laundering protections must keep pace with these advancements, we began working with partners ye
a day, we have a long enrollment period and we saw from romney care in massachusetts, they didn't enroll until the last final day. >> you think democrats will freak out more? >> i think some democrats are freaking out and trying to figure out. you know, am i going toine though not on the actual yesterdayed law. all democrats support the idea of all americans having a chance to go to the drchlt marylandrue u and others support. that >> la rs, go a head. >> what is ridiculous. richard, with all due respect to you. people who have had policies cancelled years eve and to get a new plan in place. you have to sign up by the 15th of december otherwise your new plan doesn't kick in. what do you say to someone who is working to get signed up and their health policy is expiring and if they are suffering from conditions and they have no insurance in the new year? >> richard, let me ask you what success is. what if they don't meet the 7 million number and what it if it is a fractions of that? is it success? >> the people seeing the doctor. >> richard, you are not getting in on this. >> richard, you
waiting to see whether they come up with one at the white house. the president was in massachusetts this week. and he was making the case that it took a while for them to get their health care plan right. and he also was -- began the digging exercise. let's listen to a little bit of what he had to say. >> there's no denying it. right now, the website is too slow, too many people have gotten stuck. and i am not happy about it. and neither are a lot of americans who need health care. and they're trying to figure out how they can sign up as quickly as possible. so there's no excuse for it. and i take full responsibility for making sure it gets fixed asap. we are working overtime to improve it every day. gwen: everybody's taking responsibility. anything changing? >> well, again, if this gets fixed in a few days or a week, i think that the long-term consequences may not be so bad. gwen: give it a little more than a week, karen. >> but this does remind me of in the tone of the president's voice, reminds me of the b.p. oil spill. where you could just sort of see the frustration. and yet, y
is a graduate of dartmouth college and a phd candidate of political science at the massachusetts institute of technology. also with us is christopher preble. before joining cato institute in 2003, he taught school at st. cloud university. he was also the commissions officer in the u.s. navy. holds a phd in history from temple university. now i will turn things over to ben. thanks, everybody, for coming. i will talk about the historical part of this. if you are interested in the policy part, you can take a net - nap and wake up for chris' section. u.s.rgument is that security does not require a triad of nuclear delivery submarine-bm's, launched ballistic missiles, and bombers. in fact, we should only keep a small amount of submarine missiles. for a think tank paper, this is an historical argument, especially its attention to the and hows about the u.s. we justify nuclear weapons. we show in the paper the triad was a result of competition both with the soviet union and among the u.s. military services. the reasons we hear for the triad are more rationale than justifications rather than cause
healthcare legislation known as romney care introduced to massachusetts back in 2006 also faced a weak start. only 123 people signed up for the bay state's healthcare plan after the first month. by the end of the first year 36,000 people had signed up. but figures tell us that 20% of those left their enrollment to the final month, until the 11th hour effectively before penalties were not having healthcare kicked in. tony, healthcare dot goff may well be in intensive care for now, but the prognosis to keep the medical puns going, but before you take it back daniel our graphics artist did this as a present for you. it's been a long week of news. and this is the healthcare site. it has a little thermometer in its mouth because it is clearly sick. >> we're on fire. appreciate that, and pass along the thanks. appreciate it. >> okay, halloween is barely over but itnot stop retailers from getting a jump on black friday a month earlier than usual. great detail coming up on this program. "real money" at the top of the hour, but we've got him for a couple of minutes. ali, why are we seeing deals. >> w
the girl, too. and married robin. but as he began his three-year residency at massachusetts general hospital, there were indications from the beginning that charles and psychiatry might not be the perfect fit. >> part of the residency is that you're supposed to go to a weekly group therapy session and you didn't want to go. >> there were 12 of us residents in mass general, and there was a group therapy once a week. and i didn't go. i thought it's a pointless exercise so i -- i was called in to the chief's office after about seven weeks of non-appearance. he said to me, why aren't you going to therapy? i said, sir, i came here to give therapy, not to receive it. he said you're in denial. i said, of course i'm in denial. denial is the greatest of all defense mechanisms. i could be a professor of denial. i'm an expert. i was going on and on. he wasn't amused. >> he gave an ultimatum. go to group therapy or leave the program. >> so i went to the next 21 weeks of sessions or whatever it was but i didn't really say a word. so whatever people would notice that, they'd say why aren't you ta
robin. as he began his three-year residency at massachusetts general hospital there were indications from the beginning that charles and psych the tri might not be the perfect fit. part of the residency is you are supposed to go to a weekly group therapy session. you didn't want to go. >> there were 12 of the residents. there was a group therapy once a week. i didn't go. i thought it's a pointless exercise. so i was called in to the chief's office after about seven weeks of nonappearance. he said to me, why aren't you going to therapy? i said, sir, i came to give therapy, not receive it. he said to me, you're in denial. i said, of course i'm in denial. denial is the greatest of all defense mechanisms. i could be a professor of denial. i'm an expert. i was going on and on. he wasn't amused. >> reporter: he gave krauthammer an ultimatum. go to group therapy or leave the program. >> i went to the next 21 weeks of sessions or whatever it was. but i really didn't say a word. so when people would notice they would say, why aren't you talking? i said, because i'm in denial. i'm not a big th
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in massachusetts. >> caller: yeah, hi. first time caller but a long time fan. >> thank you. >> caller: my stock has gong progressively lower 139 to 121 today. has jj troubles brought the block buster pc down? >> i think that wonder drug is going to get through the fda. 50/50. i reiterate. let's go to phillip in michigan. >> caller: hi jim. thank you. you're good for america. my stock is sky works solutions. >> today's cirrus company, they got designed out of the ipad air. everyone is panics. i feel sky works is still a trader. john in florida. >> caller: hi. john in florida. >> good to have you again. what's up? >> i'd like to know if it's a good time to get back in on arena pharmaceutical? >> no john. we've got to go blue chip. that isn't red chip. nikitta in washington. >> caller: hey jim. lng. i know we've got a while before train whistles blow, but how we looking at station? >> i've been pushing because i like the action. once again, who has made us money? the answer is cqn. i like the master limited partnership more. i've got to tell you, as far as i'm concerned, if it will come back on, that
for slaves. those living in the west indies in massachusetts writing back to exactoverseers with very ascriptions of the age, gender, and type a personality they want . one writes, i lost my boy, meaning he died, and i want to replace them with another. therefore, you also end up with a slave trade across the atlantic which deals in human beings, but about 20% of which are children. i explore one of those voyages in the book in which dozens of children, some as young as two and three years old, are held captive on board and died over the journey. that was a living sting -- livingston investment, who go on to become founders of the professor endowment at yale, trustees at princeton and rutgers. not talked much about rutgers. tell us about rutgers. >> it is a fascinating institution for a lot of reasons. the original queens college which is a dutch reformed areege, the dutch colonists establishing their own constitution. as we all know, it is quite close to the college of new jersey. winston is originally founded in the eastern part of the state near newark and then the governor helps t
in new england in massachusetts when in fact actually getting rid of the puritans was a great goal. so there's not necessarily warm friendly relations between the puritans and the anglican church but this is where we get a too native american history and were native americans become key. the american colonists were really quite skillful at raising money using the evangelization of native people as the goal. and so sending off missionaries are emissaries to england and raising money under the claim that they were evangelizing native american people in the americas the first part building in harvard is the indian -- and that is where the donations are coming from. >> host: this goes back to what you are saying earlier. this allows the expansion of the colonial. >> guest: it facilitates the expansion and economic expansion and facilitates territorial expansion. then it accelerates. the crumbling of native society on the frontiers and on the borders. >> host: they are not quote unquote save -- slaveowners but eventually after independence. >> guest: even before. >> host: the dude turned to
-term process. we saw this in massachusetts where the first couple of months were just feeling out and discovering what the site is all about. closer to the deadline, that is when the actual enrollment will happen. that theyou think administration has done enough to educate young people about what is available? why -- and why it is important? guest: they have made efforts, we need to do more. we talk to young people every day. the difference between obamacare and the affordable care act? things like that are not necessarily translating to young people on the ground. what is a deductible? these tax credits -- does that mean i will have to pay the full price up to run and wait for my refund on the road? you can pay the reduced price right away. things like that are very important for young people to understand. i think that we have a long way to go. not just for young people, but for all americans, to understand how this works. host: what is the difference between obamacare and the aca? guest: there is not a difference. the term perception, obamacare has become a political hot potato
.5 million syrians are homeless and that is the population of massachusetts. 2 million people fled syria. 4.5 more are internally displaced. let's go to al jazeera's phil who is in geneva where the arab league is meeting with senior diplomates in a new bid to start talks on syria and good morning and it has been a struggle to shore up support for talks, has there been any progress today? >> there certainly is progress in the sense that all the international players who have a say in what happens in syria have met or are meeting here today. notably the u.s. is here and under secretary of state wendy sherman representing the u.s. and the russians and the russians and americans brokered the important deal in october that took the world back from the brink of war in syria and we are learning some of the members of the permanent u.n. security council are here and would include the chinese and germans and several others and we do hope or at least we are hearing from brahimi in his office there will be a joint meeting later in the day and brahimi said he is actually hopeful that talks today will r
] [laughter] >> massachusetts senator elizabeth warren was part of a senate panel requesting to handle the consumer financial protection bureau. >> she would write a poem and illustrate it. we have two examples here from when she was about 10 years old. jaclyn bouvier entered a well- known writing contest. her winning essay was a self- portrait. who are three people in history you wish you had known? are arst two she mentions french poet and oscar wilde, the author. jaclyn bouvier was hired as this inquiring camera girl for the washington times herald. one column that we have on is where she interviewed -- >> our first ladies series. sunday at noon on c-span. perseus continues monday as we look at first lady lady bird johnson. richard cordray took questions from member of the senate banking committee. senator tim johnson of south dakota is the chairman. [gavel] >> i call this hearing to order. welcome back to the committee. congratulations on your senate confirmation. continuere today to our work of oversight of the cfb . giving us time to import -- overview the important work, par the
's wedding six years ago in massachusetts and no criminal charges but he could lose his religious credentials and schaffer is due in court this morning when a jury will decide his penalty. >> obviously very saddened so what we are hoping for tomorrow is a light sentence. >> reporter: schaffer could have avoided the trial by agreeing to performing same sex marriages in the future but he reportedly declined, three of his four children are gay. here is what is making business news this morning. we have been hearing about it for weeks and appears jp morgan and government reached a settlement, the $13 billion deal could be announced as early as today and put to rest investigations targeting mortgage invest ms th went bad during the financial crisis and $4 billion will go to distressed homeowners and resolve the banks in california and north carolina. the s&p within reach of milestones and the dow had 16,000 for the first time and s&p 500 briefly passed 1800 and both retreated by day's end, this is this morning, the dow jones industrial average at an all-time high of 5976, s&p 1791. taking cue fro
in massachusetts and are not fun at all. but i've written two books now about the words called "alphabetter juice" and "the joy of text." i was reading a textbook of linguistics and the connection between words and meaning as arbitrary. which doesn't make any sense to me. that would mean that splurge and spit could mean the same thing. and i think that words have a lot to do -- not all, but the best words have to do with this. giving an example, how they move through your body. it has rss [bleep], so that is because there was a python body behind him. and so, okay. so it came from from the latin word to urinate. that is the literary latin word in the street latin use a different form, which is how we got our work. the etymologist went on to say that obviously this captures the sound and i said, this is my kind of work. first welcome all the best words come from the street and then they also sound like this. but then it hit me that this doesn't sound like that. it actually starts out and then it becomes a very bodily world. but that is technically more fun to read about than to talk about. so goin
i go to sid in massachusetts? >> caller: hi, jim. boo-yah from boston. i'm sid. i watch your show with my dad every day. we're big fans. i'll give it to him now. >> congratulations to you and all the other members of red sox nation. >> caller: thank you. it's about expedia. bought expedia last quarter. sold for a big profit and the rest i took a loss. should i buy again in expedia? >> i don't like to recommend stocks that are up nine the next day because they tend to have profit taking come in. yes, this company is back. it had spent some unfortunate time in the wilderness. it's now crossed over the river. it's in the promised land of travel, and i say buy it. i also say, sid, thanks for watching and don't forget to go trick-or-treating. can i go to richard in new york? richard? >> caller: hi, jim. this is rich from new york. how are you doing? >> i'm doing real well there, chief, how about you? >> caller: okay. jim, i noticed, i was watching one of your shows a couple weeks ago, and one of the top performers you were talking about was the airlines. >> yes. >> caller: and you said
-time as a team, which is so exciting. we training in boston, massachusetts area and every day, we come to the rink because we know we can become better as a team, working on systems as well as our conditioning. >> julie chu knows a thing or two about preparing for 0 lum pick competition. she has been a forward on the u.s. woman's ice hockey team for the last three olympic games winning silver and bronze medals in the process with the next olympiad approaching, she draws upon her experience to keep her eyes on the prize. >> i think the biggest thing is to stay focused on the present moment, have a great time because it's such an incredible journal, especially for hockey because it's over pretty much a week and a half, two week period. we have to make sure that we stay folks used and to the to spend too much energy early on but have energy left in the tank for later on in the tournament. >> as the first asian american to play on an u.s. ice hockey team as a harvard graduate and three-time olympic medalist, she has accomplished much but the idea of being seen as a role model is something
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